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‘Border checks won’t prevent terrorism or extremism’: Croatian PM Plenkovic

By France24
29 October 2023   |   8:11 am
Talking Europe hosts Andrej Plenkovic, the prime minister of Croatia. We unpack the dense agenda of the October 26-27 EU Council and debrief the summit's conclusions on the Israel-Hamas war, particularly the call for "humanitarian corridors and pauses" to ensure aid to the Palestinians in Gaza. We also discuss developments in southeastern Europe, such as the recent re-introduction of border checks, and ask what those mean for Croatia and the other countries concerned.

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